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402 N Main Street Suite 1
Adrian, MI 49221

Your Hearing Aid Center in Adrian

Address

402 N MAIN STREET SUITE 1
Adrian, MI 49221

Phone Number

517 759-4483

Hours of Operation

  • Monday:
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  • Tuesday:
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  • Wednesday:
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  • Thursday:
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  • Friday:
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  • Saturday:
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  • Sunday:
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  • JAY BRANT

    Jay is a state licensed Advance Master Hearing Aid consultant and has been fitting Beltone hearing aids for 35 years. He loves working with people and counseling them on their hearing health care, fitting over 6,000 Beltone hearing aids. His mother and father worked for and fit Beltone hearing aids, so he has been exposed to this industry most of his life. He says, "To help bring people back into the world of sound, where they can hear what they've been missing, is one of the most rewarding things I can do."

    He moved to the Adrian area from metro Detroit in 1992 after meeting a woman from Devils Lake who would eventually become his wife. Fran and Jay have been married now for 25 years and have two children, Alexis and Maximus. Lexie is finishing her sophomore year the University of Toledo and is going into anesthesiology. Max is finishing up his junior year at Madison High School where he is the varsity football quarterback.

    Among Jay's favorite things to do are Disney World vacations with his family...something they've done over 30 times in the last 20 years. He also draws and spends about 4-5 weekends a year selling his artwork of classic comic and cartoon characters at comic conventions around the country.

JAY BRANT

Jay is a state licensed Advance Master Hearing Aid consultant and has been fitting Beltone hearing aids for 35 years. He loves working with people and counseling them on their hearing health care, fitting over 6,000 Beltone hearing aids. His mother and father worked for and fit Beltone hearing aids, so he has been exposed to this industry most of his life. He says, "To help bring people back into the world of sound, where they can hear what they've been missing, is one of the most rewarding things I can do."

He moved to the Adrian area from metro Detroit in 1992 after meeting a woman from Devils Lake who would eventually become his wife. Fran and Jay have been married now for 25 years and have two children, Alexis and Maximus. Lexie is finishing her sophomore year the University of Toledo and is going into anesthesiology. Max is finishing up his junior year at Madison High School where he is the varsity football quarterback.

Among Jay's favorite things to do are Disney World vacations with his family...something they've done over 30 times in the last 20 years. He also draws and spends about 4-5 weekends a year selling his artwork of classic comic and cartoon characters at comic conventions around the country.

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JAY BRANT

Jay is a state licensed Advance Master Hearing Aid consultant and has been fitting Beltone hearing aids for 35 years. He loves working with people and counseling them on their hearing health care, fitting over 6,000 Beltone hearing aids. His mother and father worked for and fit Beltone hearing aids, so he has been exposed to this industry most of his life. He says, "To help bring people back into the world of sound, where they can hear what they've been missing, is one of the most rewarding things I can do."

He moved to the Adrian area from metro Detroit in 1992 after meeting a woman from Devils Lake who would eventually become his wife. Fran and Jay have been married now for 25 years and have two children, Alexis and Maximus. Lexie is finishing her sophomore year the University of Toledo and is going into anesthesiology. Max is finishing up his junior year at Madison High School where he is the varsity football quarterback.

Among Jay's favorite things to do are Disney World vacations with his family...something they've done over 30 times in the last 20 years. He also draws and spends about 4-5 weekends a year selling his artwork of classic comic and cartoon characters at comic conventions around the country.